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It's true, and according to this study, it has led to the evolution of males with longer legs to help restrain females.
In other words, an arms race--or to be more specific...a legs race.
Compare this with the rules in Utah, where many offenders are removed from the registry after just 10 years.
Usually, the more serious the crime, the longer the registration period. If you’re under 21 and convicted of having consensual sex with someone older than 14, you benefit from a special “Romeo and Juliet” exception that allows you to petition for removal after two years.
From the point of view of an offender, there’s a lot more to being on the list than showing up in offender searches.
Once a person is in the registry, he or she faces a thicket of reporting requirements lasting anywhere from five years to a lifetime.
The board issues a recommendation on the petition, which goes back to the judge, who then decides whether or not registrants are likely to reoffend, based on evidence about their criminal record and any treatment they’ve received.
In the cannibalistic nursery web spider, Pisaurina mira, the legs of mature males are longer in relation to their body size than those of females, and males use these legs to aid in wrapping a female's legs with silk prior to and during copulation.
We hypothesized that elongated male legs and silk wrapping provide benefits to males, in part through a reduced likelihood of sexual cannibalism.
Benefits of size dimorphism and copulatory silk wrapping in the sexually cannibalistic nursery web spider, Pisaurina mira.
"In sexually cannibalistic animals, male fitness is influenced not only by successful mate acquisition and egg fertilization, but also by avoiding being eaten.